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David Boyle has opened the Blackpool Alien, UFO, Spiritual And Paranormal Exhibition
David Boyle has opened the Blackpool Alien, UFO, Spiritual And Paranormal Exhibition

Aliens have returned to Blackpool with the opening of a new exhibition from a well known Fylde expert on extra-terrestrials.

David Boyle has opened the Blackpool Alien, UFO, Spiritual And Paranormal Exhibition in the former Village Market on the corner of Dale Street and Foxhall Road, near Central Pier.

We have full size models of aliens based on descriptions from people who have seen them

The exhibition hosts a whole range of X-Files style information about UFOs and conspiracy theory which links aliens to man’s development through history and the mysteries of the universe.

David, who formerly ran the Doctor Who Museum and an exhibition in the Golden Mile Centre before it made way for a Dinosaur exhibition, said the new attraction was his biggest ever.

He said: “We are trying to show how the universe works and it is very philosophical.

“We have full size models of aliens based on descriptions from people who have seen them.

“It reveals the global conspiracy which has kept alien presence from us.

“It also sees a derelict market turned into something that will lift the entire area and bring a lot of visitors to Blackpool from all over the world.”

He said the governments of the world will finally disclose that extra-terrestrials are with us now, not here to invade or control us but to help clean up our planet help to end all forms of conflicts.

He said: “Visitors will step on to the golden spiritual path of life, where their journey of enlightenment begins.

“They will see the true workings of the universe with esoteric and metaphysical information.

“There are fantastic displays, dioramas and interactive features that will leave people speechless.”

He said he will be delighted to answer visitors’ questions and provide guided tours by prior arrangement as well as bespoke seminars.

The exhibition will be open Thursday to Tuesday from 10am until 6pm.

David 67, founded the model railway company ‘Dapol’ in the 1970s with his late wife Pauline. When Dapol passed down to the next generation David spread his wings and moved to Blackpool where he is a well known, larger than life character along its famous Golden Mile.

He also has held worldwide patents in respect of solar energy production and in July 2014 David and his team were shortlisted in theBusiness Green Leaders Awards.

David and his partner Julie are familiar faces near their Lytham home, taking part in community carnivals, driving Dr Who Jon Pertwee’s car Bessie.